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Quality Assurance

The primary purpose of the Institutional Quality Assurance Protocol (IQAP) and associated procedures is to ensure the high quality of, and to promote standards of excellence in Nipissing’s new and existing academic programs. The IQAP has been developed by the Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance (referred to as the “Quality Council”) to be consistent with the protocols contained in the Quality Assurance Framework.

This Quality Assurance Framework comprises of three distinct components:

  • The Protocol for the Cyclical Review of Existing Programs is used to secure the academic standards of existing undergraduate programs of specialization
    and graduate degree programs and for-credit graduate Diploma programs, and to assure their ongoing improvement.

  • The Protocol for New Program Approvals applies to both new undergraduate and graduate programs. Universities use the protocol when developing new for-credit programs.

  • In accordance with the Protocol for Expedited Approvals each institution is responsible in its IQAP to assure program quality where major substantive changes are made to existing and previously approved programs, and where learning outcomes are not changed in ways that denote a truly new program. Institutions
    will report annually to the Quality Council on the Major Modifications approved
    that year.
Click the buttons below to be directed to our internal websites for each component of the Quality Assurance Framework.

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